The report is based on the campaign of the winter of 1950-51 in which the 9th Army experienced its greatest and most prolonged stress. It is divided into 3 parts; the behavior of men in the use of weapons, the behavior of weapons as men use them, and the use of information in augmenting fighting power.
July 18, 2016 Subject:
One of S.L.A. Marshall's studies, and a very valuable one. It details the combat experience and weapons usage of the US Army during the first year of the Korean War, including weapon performance and human capabilities. A must for the serious student of the Korean War and also good for World War 2 in terms of the weapons used. I have a hard copy reprint as well as the digital download.